New England 2020 Rankings Announced
After breaking down the top prospects, recent risers, and new names to know in all six states, it's now time to put them all together and update New England's 2020 rankings.
This junior class had a reputation of not being quite as talented near the top as some of its predecessors, but as is almost always the case, new players are continuing to emerge with each passing week and collectively this is now a class that is shaping up to be one defined by their depth in terms of total division I prospects.
At the top of the class are two prospects already committed to Big East schools in Nate Tabor and Symir Torrence, pledged to St. John's and Marquette respectively. The battle between these two is an increasingly close one with Torrence continuing to take his game to new levels, but they're no longer the only two prospects in the mix for the top ranking.
The Putnam Science tandem of DeMarr Langford and Hassan Diarra are also right there. Langford's ability to change the game without needing the ball in his hands is second to none while Diarra has helped his stock more than any other junior in the region over the course of the last three months.
Brewster Academy guard Jamal Mashburn Jr. rounds out the top five while MacDuffie's Richard Springs, Woodstock's Matt Cross, Andover's Dallion Johnson, Kimball Union's Enoch Cheeks, and New Hampton's Trey Hall make up the rest of the top ten